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G. Robert Turner, III

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Bob Turner’s practice focuses on commercial real estate, commercial and residential land acquisition and development and creditors’ rights matters related to real estate.

Bob's practice also includes the representation of opportunity funds and other acquirers of distressed real estate assets, advising clients on rehabilitation and disposition of highly distressed assets and commercial REO.

He also represents lenders and borrowers in commercial transactions, and developers at all stages of development including acquisition, entitlements, covenants and dispositions. He advises clients on all aspects of interstate land sales including qualification for exemptions, registration and defense of enforcement actions, and financial institutions on creditors' rights matters, real estate foreclosures, work-outs, loan modifications and deed-in-lieu transactions.

Representative clients include: AIG, Comerica Bank, First Citizens Bank & Trust Company, Mattamy Homes, Mooring Financial Corporation, Regions Bank and SunAmerica.

Phone (704) 716-0841
Fax (704) 372-2619

 

Practices

Education

J.D., University of North Carolina School of Law, 1969

B.A., Duke University, 1966

Admissions

North Carolina, 1971

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